Health and social well-being is a department in IRCK that tends to build capacity of religious leaders and congregations to address maternal neonatal child health, improved nutrition, HIV/AIDS, and sexual and reproductive health issues enhanced.
Religious leaders at the national and county levels are supported to identify and respond to health policy gaps and also Community health monitoring, evaluation, learning and documentation structures within IRCK are strengthened.
Religious communities supported for effective delivery of functional and vocational education in their areas, empowerment to effectively identify and address educational policy gaps at the national and county levels, education monitoring, evaluation, learning and documentation structures within IRCK strengthened and Potential stakeholders in the education sector identified and partnerships developed.
Religious leaders and congregations capacity to address issues of water and sanitation within their localities enhanced and Religious leaders capacity to identify, review and address policy gaps in safe drinking water and safe solid waste disposal at county level strengthened.
Religious leaders empowered to articulate issues on social protection of vulnerable groups (UNCRC, Children’s Act 2001, Health Laws, Sexual offences Act and Anti- Trafficking bill among others) and Religious leaders supported to advocate for social protection of vulnerable groups..
Inter-Religious Council of Kenya is partnering with African Council for Religious Leaders (ACRL) and the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) to create community awareness particularly within the informal settlements of Kenya, rural communities in high prevalence/vulnerable counties and the country at large.
Inter-Religious council of Kenya is partnership with United Nations Children’s Fund (“UNICEF”) is collaborating is to engage Faith Leaders to ensure that all children come back to schools when schools reopen; obtain the support of faith leaders and their communities to make our schools safe from COVID-19 infections through community action.
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